Wednesday, June 20, 2012


by J. Adams

Kindle Edition, 46 pages
Published May 22, 2012
by Jewel of the West Publishing
Book Source: Bought
Rating:  5 Stars

Book Discription:
     Cosset is a lost soul with nothing left to live for.
     Chance Hunter is a man on a mission. Desperately in love, he is willing to do anything, be anything, and give everything that he is to show Cosset that life is still worth living. He is bound and determined to heal her battle-weary heart and claim it as his own.

Mary's Review:
     Chance fell in love with Cosset at first sight.  However Cosset who desperately wants to fall in love and have a family pushes everyone away.  She has a secret that only her family knows about-one that makes her feel less than a woman.  Can Chance make Cosset see her worth and value?  That someone will and can love her no matter what her dilemma.
He is certainly going to try.
     What is Cosset's secret?  What makes her feel less than a woman?  Why does she feel no man will love her?
     The subject Jewel has written about in this book is one that is very close to my heart personally and I appreciate her bringing it to the attention of all women.
     I feel that with every book Jewel  writes she tries to bring an important issue to the forefront.
     Thank you Jewel for helping to inform us as well as entertain us.

About Author:
     J. (Jewel) Adams stays crazy busy with her family and writing. She has written several books in different genres and is also a motivational speaker to both youth and adult audiences. She home schools her four kids that are still at home, and between that and conjuring up new ideas for her books, her brain is completely fried most of the time. She and her husband Sean are the parents of eight children, which means they are both losing hair, but hey, that's what Rogaine is for, right?
     In her spare time (when she has any) she likes to curl up with a good book and a healthy stash of orange Tic Tacs. She and her family reside in Utah.
     Jewel loves hearing from her fans, so if you would like to contact her to tell her how much you love her books or give her sympathy for the fried brain, or suggestions for the hair loss problem (for her husband, of course) contact her at


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